Sarah Semon, Ph.D.
Schindler Education Center 184
Cedar Falls, IA 50614-0601
BS Learning Disabilities K-12 & Elementary Education, Florida Southern College
MA Varying Exceptionalities, University of South Florida
Ph.D. Curriculum & Instruction, University of South Florida
Teacher preparation and professional development
Universal design for learning
Online learning communities
Exploring district-wide inclusion practices
Student voice in transition processes
Sense of community in online environments
Critical discourse analysis of evidence based practices
UDL & Assistive technology
Morningstar, M., Knollman, G., Semon, S., & Kleinhammer-Tramill, J., (2012). Accountability for What Matters: Using Post-School Outcomes to Build School and Community Renewal. In Burrello, LC, Sailor, W., and Kleinhammer-Tramill (Eds.) Unifying Educational Systems: Leadership and Policy Perspectives. NY: Routledge Press.
Semon, S., & Gallagher, D., (2012) Inside “What Works”: Ideology, power, and politics in evidence-based practices in special education. A paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Vancouver, BC.
West, E., Jones, P., & Semon, S. (2012). Promoting community for online learners in special education. Journal of Digital Learning in Teacher Education, 28(3), 108-116.